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    Postpartum Care Plan

    Risk for impaired parenting r/t baby in the NICU AEB pt states " I just don't feel like a mom yet." NOC: pt will verbalize one positive statement about parenting by end of shift. NIC: 1) Explain to pt that babies time in the NICU is limited to encourage pts outlook 2) Encourage pt to go and see baby as much as physically able to establish bonding 3) ...................
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    Postpartum Care Plan

    What Would your interventions be for impaired parenting with the baby in the NICU
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    Postpartum Care Plan

    She needed to ambulate. But the only thing keeping her from that was pain. I was not sure if impaired physical mobility was appropriate. Also we only have to have three interventions minimum.
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    Postpartum Care Plan

    Ineffective Breastfeeding r/t situational crisis AEB pt verbalization of not being able to breastfeed while her baby is in the NICU. NOC: Pt will use breast pump effectively by the end of shift. NIC: 1) Educate pt on the use of the pump. This will ensure correct use. 2) Assist pt with use until the pt feels confident to use independently. Assisting the pt will ensure confidence when performing independently. 3) Observe pt use breast pump independently. Observing will confirm correct use. Eval: Goal met; Pt demonstrated the correct use of the breast pump independently as 1130. Cont. POC Acute Pain r/t episiotomy AEB pt states, "It hurts when I sit or walk. I would rate my pain at a 6 or 7. I really need something to make the pain better." NOC: Within 4 hours of interventions pt will experience a decrease in pain level by reporting a pain score of 2 or less. NIC: 1) Administer analgesic medication as ordered as needed to promote comfort. 2) Explain discomforts and reassure the pt that they are time-limited to assist in coping with pain, 3) Administer stool softener to prevent straining with first bowel movement Eval: Goal met; Pt stated pain level at a 2 one hour after interventions. Cont POC Impaired Tissue Integrity r/t episiotomy AEB 3rd degree laceration in the perineal area NOC: The pt will remain free of infection throughout shift, without any signs and symptoms of infections, and exhibit evidence of progressive healing as demonstrated by clean, dry, absent edema, and intact episiotomy site. NIC: 1) Monitor episiotomy sire for redness, edema, warmth or discharge to identify infection 2) Instruct pt on use of sitz bath to promote healing, hygiene, and comfort. 3) Encourage frequent perineal care and peripad changes to prevent infection 4) Instruct pt on positioning to relieve pressure on perineal area Eval: Goal met; Pt showed signs of progressive healing as demonstrated by clean, dry, absent edema and intact episiotomy site. Risk For Ineffective Coping r/t mood alteration and pain NOC: The pt will cope with mood lacerations, by verbalization of positive statements about newborn and participation in newborn care NIC: 1) Provide a supportive, nurturing environment and encourage the mother to vent her feelings and frustrations to relieve anxiety 2) Encourage pt to travel up to the NICU to spend time with the newborn 3) Offer praise and reinforcement of positive mother-infant interactions to enhance self-confidence in care Eval: Goal met; "Even though it hurts to walk I feel that it is worth it to go and see the baby." Cont POC
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